The Pediatric Oncology Student Training (POST) Program is designed for undergraduate, graduate and medical students who have an interest in pediatric oncology research and would like to experience the field first hand. Students train with a pediatric oncology research mentor. Students may join a research project underway in a mentor’s lab or begin an original investigation with the mentor.
View all ALSF funded projects here.
|Recipient||Institution||Type of Cancer||Year|
|Lucy Soo-Yeon Im||Temple University||Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)||2018|
|Zachary Corey||Pennsylvania State University||Neuroblastoma||2018|
|Betty Yingchun Shen||University of Southern California||Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)||2018|
|Elena Christen||St. Joseph’s University||Retinoblastoma||2018|
|Hannah Lewis||University of Texas at Austin||General Pediatric Cancer||2018|
|Alexei Kopelevich||University of California, Irvine||Medulloblastoma||2018|
|Amandeep Mahal||Yale School of Medicine||General Pediatric Cancer||2018|
|Razina Aziz-Bose||Stanford University||Glioma||2018|
|Nabila Reem Khondakar||SUNY Downstate College of Medicine||Leukemia||2018|
|Xin Yue (Jodi) Mao||Eastern Virginia Medical School||Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG)||2018|